The US Supreme court is hearing arguments over the state rights to purge voter rolls. The case arises from an Ohio voter (Larry Harmon) who was purged from the voter rolls. My first question is a factual one (not a legal question).
Was Mr Harmon denied the right to vote completely or was he offered a provisional ballot?
My second question (which is more about a government process) is: Is a provisional voter ever notified that his ballot was actually counted, and what assurance does the voter have that the notification is accurate?